Avro Lancaster Bomber

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Including exclusive and original pictures of the Avro Lancaster PA474, one of only two Lancasters in flying condition in the world. Taken in Chatsworth, Derbyshire in August 2018.

The Avro Lancaster was a British four-engined strategic bomber that was used as the RAF’s principal heavy bomber during the latter half of the Second World War. The typical aircraft was powered by an arrangement of four wing-mounted Rolls-Royce Merlin piston engines. It possessed mostly desirable flying characteristics, having been described by aviation authors Brian Goulding and M. Garbett as being: “a near-perfect flying machine, fast for its size and very smooth…”

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